Flint Hills Children's Choir
To provide excellence in choral music instruction and performance for children and to provide enrichment in the arts for Manhattan and surrounding communities.
The Flint Hills Children's Choir, founded in 2015 by musicians and educators Janet Armstead and Janie Brokenicky, is a choral experience for students with treble voices entering grades 3-10. The organization is made up of two ensembles; the Bluestem Choir for students in grades 3-5 and the Konza Choir for students in grades 6-10. In the 2016-2017 season the choirs were invited to perform at the Kansas Music Educators Association Annual Convention and traveled to St. Louis. The Konza Choir will be performing in New York City's Carnegie Hall in 2019 as part of the MCP Children's Choir Series.
The Flint Hills Children's Choirs (FHCC) are open to girls and boys grades 3-10 with treble voices and offers an outstanding program of vocal training and music education taught by an experienced, caring staff. Musically-talented and motivated young people come together to produce high-quality, beautiful music from a wide variety of genres and styles. The students learn the value of leadership, self-discipline, and teamwork as they join their voices in the pure, angelic tones that only talented children can achieve.
Location: Manhattan, Kansas
AHA Representative: Janie Brokenicky